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Oct 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> we will grab one more here. >> hi, my name is jack welty, freshman year at georgetown. my question is similar. polarization is definitely where that gets tossed around a lot when talking about american politics. i hear from a lot of people my age that the two sides of our democracy spend the entire time fighting and no time fixing anything. i just wonder what you guys would say to someone my age and what we can do moving forward and why they should be interested and involved. >> i tried not to be one of the most frustrating arguments. you try to get people registered to vote. i don't vote because politics is so tiny. it is like saying it's too polluted, i am not going to plant a tree. who fixes politics? who fixes government but us. if you believe politics, the best thing you can do is register to vote and register for whichever party or candidate isn't behaving in those negative and obstructionist ways. you get to a point, like i said, even in my race, two years out of college, the campus community was certainly aware that we registered hundreds of them and they just didn't show w
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